Since I could not progress any further on A Quaker Study until the weekend when I receive my floss from Drema, a new start was in order. I pulled out of my stash Of Female Arts by Lisa with Primitive Needle. I love it. I'm stitching it on Days Gone By from Silkweaver using a Vicki Clayton premium silk called Spinach Delight. I think the two go great together. Of course I only have one skein of Spinach Delight and I realized last evening that I'm not going to have enough so I had to place a quick order for more. Duh on my part.
Terri, I didn't used to be such a big one at a time stitched as I have become. In my youth, I was a starter - at everything I did and never much of a finisher. Then I started quilting a lot about seven years ago with the higher quality fabric that is available and putting out sometimes up to $200 in fabric, I had to start to finish stuff. I just could not afford to do otherwise. That has carried over into my stitching as well. And since I usually do small to medium size pieces it's been easy to do. I do have a couple of WIPs but I really like to keep that number small. And I want to finish most of my WIPs by spring so I'm really pushing to get them done. Whether they bore me or not. ;-) But I sure am glad to have a break with A Quaker Study. I'll finish it this weekend though - I going to run out of silk for my new project so I'll have to find something to do! :-)